Apart from Nitish Kumar, who is the other kingmaker who will take away Modi's peace of mind? He has the majority but the obstacles are also not less

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The results of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections have given a shock to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in a way. Although the party seems to be forming the government with its allies, there is also an obstacle in it. There are two allies of the NDA who can play the role of kingmaker in forming the government. Even after crossing the majority mark with 290 seats, the BJP is in tension. One of these two allies is Nitish Kumar's JDU, while the other is TDP, which is moving towards registering a bumper victory in the Arunachal Pradesh assembly elections. TDP is headed by Chandrababu Naidu. Both the parties are seen getting 15 and 16 seats respectively. The opposition alliance Bharat also wants to stop the NDA from forming the government for the third time by luring these two parties.Both JDU and TDP can become kingmakers
BJP and its NDA would hardly have known that the results of 2024 would come like this. If there is no change in these after the final results are released, then the NDA waiting for power for the third time may get a shock. With 296 seats, majority seems to be formed, but Bharat Alliance is also not far away with 229 seats. In such a situation, it is also possible that BJP may not be able to form the government with its allies. JDU and TDP can snatch the reins of power from Modi for the third time. Although both the parties have not given any such statement, but the opposition is trying to contact them. The easiest target for Bharat Alliance is CM Nitish. If Nitish Kumar, who recently switched sides from Bharat and joined NDA, leans towards the opposition again, then it will not be an exaggeration. Just before the elections, Chandrababu Naidu's Telugu Desam Party also returned to NDA. Let us tell you that both have got a total of 31 seats in this election.

How many seats did TDP and JDU get?
According to the data till now, Telugu Desam Party is likely to get 16 seats and JDU 15 seats. If these two parties accept the tempting offer of the opposition and leave NDA, then there can be a problem. NDA has got 290 seats till now in which BJP alone has got 241 seats. JDU's 15 and TDP's 16 seats together make 31 and after the removal of 31 seats, NDA will remain far from the majority. After the reduction of 31 seats, NDA's strength will come down from 296 to 265, in such a situation, the tug of war for power will begin.

Can JDU and TDP leave each other?

It is said about Janata Dal United chief Nitish Kumar that Nitish belongs to everyone. As many times as he has changed sides, hardly anyone is close to him. The opposition can lure him by offering him the post of PM, Deputy PM or any other big post. At the same time, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, who recently rejoined the NDA, has also not given any indication of leaving, but there is talk that the opposition is contacting him. Although nothing is official yet, but both these parties can play the role of kingmaker for NDA or India.

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